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Luxury villas Dalmatia
A narrow band of land on the sparkling Adriatic Sea, Dalmatia is a beautiful region encompassing islands, coastal regions, and historic cities. Perhaps the most famous place in Dalmatia is the Croatian red-roofed city of Dubrovnik, whose imposing city walls doubled as Kings Landing in Game Of Thrones. Dalmatia is also home to several wonderful island havens, such as Hvar, with its breathtaking beaches and laid-back lifestyle.
Experience Croatian coastal living at its finest with our luxury villas in Dalmatia. Located on the gorgeous beaches of the Adriatic Coast, as well as on Croatia’s most beautiful islands, these luxurious homes are a great base for family vacations and unforgettable Balkan adventures.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional rustic villa complete with a bright red roof, or hoping for something more modern with an infinity pool and sprawling coastal views, these well-appointed homes are thoughtfully chosen to ensure you and your loved ones can enjoy your vacation in the utmost of comfort and luxury.
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The best time to visit Dalmatia
Summer, spanning from June to August, is a popular choice to visit Dalmatia to the warm temperatures and the opportunity to indulge in the region's exquisite coastal offerings. This is the time when beachfront towns buzz with life, and the crystalline waters invite you for a refreshing dip. However, if you prefer milder weather and fewer tourists, the shoulder seasons of spring (April to May) and autumn (September to October) are excellent alternatives. During these months, you can relish pleasant temperatures, savor the local cuisine at leisure, and meander through the ancient streets without the bustling summer masses. Winter is the least crowded period, offering a unique chance to experience the local life and culture without the tourist influx. Whether you're a sunseeker or an explorer, Dalmatia has something to offer year-round, each season presenting its own distinct charm.
Food and drink in Dalmatia
Dalmatia, a coastal region in Croatia, offers a delightful culinary journey that celebrates the rich tapestry of Mediterranean flavors. With its proximity to the Adriatic Sea, seafood takes center stage in Dalmatian cuisine, gracing tables with a medley of freshly caught delights like squid, octopus, and sardines. The culinary landscape here is a fusion of influences, reflecting centuries of history and trade. One must-try dish is "burek," a savory pastry that's a testament to the region's Ottoman legacy. This flaky delight is often filled with minced meat, cheese, or vegetables, and its popularity attests to the welcoming of diverse culinary traditions. Additionally, the region's vineyards produce exceptional wines that perfectly complement the local cuisine. From crisp white varieties to robust reds, Dalmatia's wines are a toast to the sun-soaked vineyards that dot the landscape. As you dine along the coastline or in charming towns, you'll savor the authentic and hearty flavors that define Dalmatian food and drink.
Getting there and around Dalmatia
Dalmatia in Croatia is served by several airports, with Split Airport (SPU) and Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) being the main international gateways. Both airports offer regular flights from various European cities and other destinations, making it convenient to reach the region.
Taxis are readily available at the airports and major towns in Dalmatia. They provide a convenient way to reach your accommodation or explore nearby attractions. Always ensure that the meter is used, or agree on a fixed fare before starting your journey.
The bus network in Dalmatia is extensive and offers an affordable and reliable way to travel between towns and cities. You can easily access popular tourist spots and immerse yourself in the local culture while enjoying picturesque landscapes.
Driving in Dalmatia can be a rewarding experience, as it allows you to discover the region's stunning coastline and inland beauty at your own pace. Remember to drive on the right-hand side and adhere to local traffic rules. An International Driver's License is required for non-EU visitors.
Renting a car is an excellent option for those seeking more freedom to explore Dalmatia independently. Numerous reputable car hire companies offer their services at airports and major cities, making it convenient to find a suitable vehicle for your adventures.
Explore Dalmatia's captivating cities, historic sites, pristine beaches, and picturesque islands with ease, whether by bus, taxi, or your own rented car, ensuring a memorable and enriching vacation experience!
Things to do
- As the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik's Old Town is a historical gem with ancient city walls, narrow cobblestone streets, and stunning baroque architecture. Don't miss walking the walls for panoramic views of the city and the Adriatic Sea.
Discover Dubrovnik's Old Town
- Located in Split, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is an ancient Roman palace built for Emperor Diocletian. Wander through its impressive architecture and discover the blend of ancient ruins and modern life within its walls.
Explore Diocletian's Palace
- Located on the island of Brac, Zlatni Rat is a famous white pebble beach that protrudes into the turquoise sea, creating a unique and photogenic shape.
Relax on Zlatni Rat Beach
- This national park is known for its stunning waterfalls and emerald green pools. Take a boat tour along the river or hike through the park to experience its natural beauty.
Visit Krka National Park
- Take a boat tour and explore the picturesque islands scattered along the coast of Dalmatia, such as Hvar, Brac, Korcula, and Vis. Each island has its own unique charm, beautiful beaches, and cultural treasures.
Sail the Adriatic Islands
- A breathtaking natural wonder, the Plitvice Lakes boast a series of cascading waterfalls, crystal-clear lakes, and lush forests. Hike the well-maintained trails to witness the park's outstanding beauty.
Visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park
- This charming town is another UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasting a well-preserved medieval core with impressive architecture and a lively atmosphere.
Explore Trogir's Historic Center
- Savor Dalmatian delicacies, such as fresh seafood, grilled dishes, and local specialties like pasticada or black risotto, in the region's charming restaurants and konobas (traditional taverns).
Enjoy Traditional Cuisine
- Dalmatia has a rich wine culture, so indulge in local wine tasting tours and discover the region's excellent vineyards and unique grape varieties.
Go Wine Tasting
- Hvar town is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, with numerous bars, clubs, and beach parties that offer a lively and fun atmosphere.
Experience Hvar's Nightlife
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Vacation rentals on the Dalmatian Coast with sea views
The Dalmatian Coast is one of the most beautiful places in Croatia, and with fantastic villas with sea views, you'll have a perfect view of the region's star attraction; the glittering Adriatic Sea.
Many of our sea view villas on the Dalmatian Coast not only have incredible views from living areas and outdoor terraces, but are also mere steps away from beaches and coastal pathways.
When the summer hits, the Adriatic resorts heat up and those along the Dalmatian coast are no exception. Make the most of the summer heat by keeping cool in the beach or private pool. Inside your Dalmatia villa, you'll also want A/C. Our selection of Dalmatian Coast vacation rentals with A/C provides a welcome respite away from the heat of the day, not to mention a wonderful night's sleep!
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Dalmatian Coast villas private pools
Enjoy the famed heat and sunshine of the Balkan region in a beautiful Dalmatian Coast villa with a private pool. From small lap pools to large, luxurious infinity pools with beautiful views of the coastline, there are many fantastic options to choose from.
For those seeking hotel-level service whilst on vacation in their Dalmatia villa, we offer a collection of staffed Croatian villa rentals with pools with inclusive maid or housekeeper service. With experienced staff on hand, you'll have everything in place to enable you to fully unwind and enjoy your Dalmatia vacation to its fullest.
Pet friendly Dalmatia villas
Discover a range of welcoming villas in Dalmatia where your beloved pets are not only allowed but truly embraced. These accommodations offer an ideal getaway for both you and your furry companions. Set against the backdrop of stunning coastal landscapes and charming towns, these villas provide a perfect base for exploring the region's natural beauty and cultural treasures. Your four-legged friends will relish the freedom to roam in the spacious grounds and enjoy leisurely strolls along the nearby pet-friendly beaches. With a variety of sizes and amenities available, you'll find the perfect pet-friendly villa to suit your needs, ensuring an unforgettable vacation experience for everyone in the family.